An East Penn crew is using SW1200 #52 for dumping stone along the Octoraro Branch near Oxford.
East Penn Railroad General Manager Don Craumer and Conductor Rob Bishop pilot #52 along the Octoraro Branch on their way to dump stone just outside Oxford
An East Penn crew is busy loading their side dump car with material to be dumped a few miles down the line
An East Penn crew is busy dumping rock just East of Oxford
The Missionary Ridge Local crosses the South Chickamauga Creek just before arriving back at Grand Junction in Chattanooga to deboard passengers.
Originally MP, then RSSX, this unit now is the sole power for what might be called “Johnson City Beltline”. Her they’re doing some switching in the yard as a machine in the background works the l... (more)
The Lake Superior Terminal & Transfer positions cars to be unloaded at the Superior, Wisconsin grain docks, while a grain ship is in position to receive its cargo.
With storms rolling in, Lake Superior Terminal & Transfer EMD switchers work the grain docks in Superior, Wisconsin.
MILW SW1200 no. 630 switches cars on and off a barge at Seattle's waterfront in December 1978. Barge service here reached North Vancouver, as well as Puget Sound industries at Pt. Townsend, Pt. Ga... (more)
The tide is in as MILW 630 attempt to unload and load a barge on Puget Sound in Seattle. This barge appears to be mostly BC Rail equipment, which would then float to North Vancouver, BC.
I finally got to see a little snow this year after temperatures reached low enough for the snow to stick. A PVJR train takes a cut of cars away from the BNSF interchange.
CNW SW1200 1217 gets added tractive effort from BU10 while handling switching chores at Cedar Lake Yard, Minneapolis, MN. BU10 started life as CNW 1266, an Alco S-3 switch engine.
Usually in the depths of the Great Western Malting silos, RLPX gets some sun and some work done on the sidings outside of the facility. This unit was built for the North Pacific in 1957 as NP 151.... (more)
WVN 52 has run around and recoupled to its coaches in preparation for the return trip to Kingwood.